The 3rd issue for 2022 of the journal “Russia and the New State of Eurasia” has been published. As before, the authors of the issue pay great attention to Ukraine. The researchers consider the results of the development of the Ukrainian economy for 8 years that have passed since Euromaidan (2014–2022) and analyze the impact of the Ukrainian crisis on modern international relations. The researchers are also interested in the current problems of Belarus. In the article published in the issue the main factors influencing the formation of the Belarusian national ideology are shown. Considerable attention is traditionally paid to Central Asia. The authors analyze the internal and foreign policy of the Uzbek leadership and the Kazakh-Chinese investment cooperation. Special attention is paid to Moldova – Chisinau’s foreign policy and the manifestations of the socio-economic crisis in Moldova are considered. The researchers also analyze the relations of the Arab world with the countries of the post-Soviet space. The impact of the Ukrainian crisis on Russian-Arab relations and the development of economic cooperation between Egypt and the EAEU are investigated. The authors’ attention is also focused on conflicts in the post-Soviet space and the problems of their settlement. In the issue peacekeeping activities in the post-Soviet space and the problems of the Transnistrian conflict settlement are examined, and a strategic overview of the Second Karabakh War is provided. As usual, the authors pay great attention to the situation in Transcaucasia. The problems of Georgia’s relations with the European Union are considered, and the results of the presidential elections in South Ossetia are analyzed.